Breathing is a very crucial part of any yoga practice because it inspires and promotes your wellbeing while controlling your body’s life energy (Prana). Controlling your breath and using it appropriately with yoga poses and movements is regarded as one way for you to bring more oxygen to your brain, stimulate wellness and create a sense of balance as you practice.
You may already know all about yoga benefits. It is incredible for increasing flexibility, toning muscles, relieving stress and much more. But to get all these benefits you need to be self-disciplined and committed to your practice. Here are some of the things you shouldn’t do in a yoga session.
It was beautiful Saturday morning and the sun was shining so bright. The birds kept singing their beautiful songs and yes, I felt alive. The most surprising thing is that I was thinking about my first yoga session via skype. Who wouldn’t be thinking about it, especially now that it was my first time? Well I have done yoga before, but the thought of doing it all by myself while the instructor is at another place kept getting me excited. How will it be? Will it feel like any other yoga session? Will I be self-disciplined enough to complete the session? Will there be any interruptions?
Now that you are a yogi, you most certainly know how much mental and physical discipline is involved. You also know how the outcome yields worthwhile, crucial and lasting results. Your yoga practice improves the energy flow in your body, boosts your physical strength, and that is just the beginning.